Production of cucumber mosaic virus RNA5 and its role in recombination.

@article{Wispelaere2009ProductionOC,
  title={Production of cucumber mosaic virus RNA5 and its role in recombination.},
  author={M{\'e}lissanne de Wispelaere and A L N Rao},
  journal={Virology},
  year={2009},
  volume={384 1},
  pages={179-91}
}
Cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV) is a plant infecting tripartite positive-strand RNA virus. In addition to three genomic and two known subgenomic RNAs, CMV strains of subgroup II (e.g. Q-CMV), but not subgroup I (e.g. Fny-CMV), produce and package a redundant RNA5 encompassing the 3' 304-307 nucleotides of RNAs 2 and 3. The mechanism regulating RNA5 production and its role in CMV life cycle is unknown. In this study, transient expression of Q2 or Q3 by agroinfiltration into Nicotiana benthamiana… CONTINUE READING

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